How To Meet Up With the Cannonball Memorial Run this Weekend

The police will be waiting, but that’s a good thing.

bySep 28, 2017 8:34 AM
How To Meet Up With the Cannonball Memorial Run this Weekend
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The 2017 Cannonball Memorial Run is about to get underway, and I'll be riding along with two SUVs full of cops driving cross country to raise money for the families of fallen officers.

Well, that's the story, anyway.

The good news? Because this is organized by cops for cops, the route is public, the ETAs will be accurate, and everyone who wants to get behind a good cause is free to join us en route or at one of the checkpoints.

Even crazier, my fellow Cannonball outlaw Ed Bolian is also coming along.

Here's the schedule provided by organizers John Bannes & Jason Hendrix of the San Bernardino Sheriff's Department:

All Times Are Local

Thursday September 28

0930 Arrive Whittier PD, CA

1130 Arrive @ SBSD HQ

2145 Arrive @ Navajo Nation/Crownpoint, NM

Friday

1000 Arrive @ Tecumseh PD, OK

1300 Arrive @ Little Elm PD, TX

1700 Arrive @ Dallas PD, TX

2200 Arrive @ Harris Co/Baytown TX

Saturday Sept 30

0645 Arrive @ Westwego PD, LA

1400 Arrive @ Americus PD, GA

1930 Arrive @ Orlando PD

Sunday October 1st

1130 Arrive @ VA State Police Richmond, VA

1430 Arrive National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial

I’ll be publishing live location & video updates on The Drive’s Facebook Page as connectivity allows, starting at 0830 AM PST from the start line.

Ed Bolian will be livestreaming video on the Vinwiki YouTube page.

Follow the Cannonball Memorial Run online and on Facebook.

Alex Roy is Editor-at-Large for The Drive, Host of The Autonocast, co-host of /DRIVE on NBC Sports and author of The Driver, has set numerous endurance driving records in Europe & the USA in the internal combustion, EV, 3-wheeler & Semi-Autonomous Classes, including the infamous Cannonball Run record. You can follow him on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.